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Oct 10, 2012 7:30am EDT
-based insensitivity from her colleagues. the los angeles times headline was, quote: chick accuses some of her male colleagues of sexism. [laughter] homicide victims rarely talk to police. [laughter] totally serious. i'm totally serious. hispanics ace spanish test. [laughter] and the last one, midget sues grocer, cites belittling remarks. [laughter] all those are real. so for some of you who have attended this event, as i have, over the years, our annual funniest videos segment is truly unique and is often the highlight. it normally has nothing to do with bias, sometimes nothing to do even with politics, and it shows that we're basically shameless enough to do anything at all we can to amuse you. so just plain funny tough we found while trolling the airwaves. some of it is gaffes that we've caught, sometimes it's other pieces we blatantly steal with full credit, of course. but before offering the best funny videos of 2012, we want to show you the best of the best over the years. trust me, this video could go on for around hour, and you'd love it all, but we just don't have the time for it. so the f
Oct 12, 2012 6:00am EDT
. >> nick and what's it like to try -- what's it like to try to report on, kind of like los angeles or an earthquake season. things just keep moving around. >> it's pretty fun but it's also pretty frustrating. it is always just a practical task of reporting on what we're golfing dark money -- what we are reporting called dark money. almost no idea where it comes from, with kind of minimal ability sometimes to engage with people in charge of the money, and only a partial knowledge of how it's being spent, which you could pick up some time by tracking advertising by mailing expenditures and those kinds of costs. at what it was or brought him to me, and them i think a lot about some of the fundamental issues in speech and regulations that abandon all races, one thing we're ghana dance around here about (c)(4)'s, we have an irs which is basically attaching agency that is enforcing groups that are increasingly political in the outlook. you have groups that operate sort of cycle around that blend what we were traditionally considered lobbying and grassroots lobbying and issue advocacy wit
Oct 16, 2012 6:00am EDT
everybody the opportunity. i lived in los angeles and south dakota. i looked last night from the hotel room at the population in 2010 was 6. that is rural pafford. that is a royal. living in both extremes the rural people need more broadband than urban people because they don't have access to the schools or the hospitals or the retailers like the urban people readily access. second, broadband being problem, the problem is not so much from a technology perspective because it is not that hard to engineer these broadband networks. i looked a little while ago at the -- we engineered $1 billion worth of broadband networks over the last four or five years. engineering them is not that difficult. even implementing them is not that difficult. the difficulty is paying for them. especially in these rural areas it is expensive. you look a lot of these small telephone companies that serve these rural areas although they have been pretty good about deploying fiber into their network they have a lot of copper. that was 30 or 40 years that a lot of these companies had major upgrades, when they
Oct 9, 2012 2:00am EDT
jean edward smith, "eisenhower in war and peace" and the next call comes from mike in los angeles. hi i. >> caller: my question is for david. your father was an amazing president, one of the greatest presidents ever to actually serve over our country. but it seems that the republican party has fallen short in recent years. i need looking at the last republican president and his eight year demonstration, looking at where the republican convention is a prime example of the problems that the republican party is having and the current events happening today. inside the republican party you have the tea party movement which is part me for saying, a joke in itself but where how do you think your rant but it would have viewed the republican party and what would his advice be to republican leaders today? >> both isenhour's on the evolution of the gop and also mr. smith who has interesting views on this. my view of it is to pose that question and the very interesting what what-if, to pose that question is like asking how franken roosevelt would have you the democratic party in the jimmy carter e
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